What is Nanoleaf Aurora?

Nanoleaf is a green technology company that is currently specializing in LED lighting. (1)

Nanoleaf Aurora

The Nanoleaf Aurora is a smart light with colors changing and voice control abilities and it is one of the most famous lighting control tools used nowadays among the smart home automation kit and smart technology systems.

Nanoleaf Aurora Shapes and Patterns

The Nanoleaf Aurora is an array of triangular LED panels that can be configured into different shapes by joining LED panels in any shape that you desire.


It can be attached to a controller unit to be activated and reprogrammed.

Features of Nanoleaf Aurora

- Each side of the triangular LED panel is about 9 inches and each side is equipped with a connector socket.

- Stamp size connection links couple two panels together.

- The basic kit contains 9 panels but additional panels can be bought in sets of 3.

- Up to a maximum of 30 panels could be stringed together and powered by a single power supply. 


Nanoleaf Aurora LED comes with 16 million colours. Each LED panel can be changed to the colour you like. The Shapes allow you to create a lighting application of your desire.

Safety Precautions

This installation does not involve any changes to the existing electrical wiring or addition of any new wiring and therefore employment of an electrician or technician may not be necessary. It is recommended the right tools are used, good work practises are followed and all precautions necessary for working on electrical appliances are observed for this installation considering safety of individuals carrying out this work.

Connection (Communication)

- It is a super DIY installation process, since LEDs are WIFI devices and you can control them easily using the Nanoleaf App.

- It is compatible with the Apple HomeKit and Amazon Alexa.

Reduce Electricity consumption

A full 30 panel Nanoleaf Aurora installation will consume just 60W and provide 3000 Lm of light. Therefore delivering beauty and benefits in one simple package.

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Installation (How to install Nanoleaf Aurora)

Step1: Temporarily set up the elements of the Nanoleaf Aurora in any shape you desire on a table, hook up with the controller and switch on power supply. Aurora will initialise, glow white and be ready for pairing with the home Wi Fi network.

Step2: Download the Nanoleaf App on your iOS or Android mobile device. Sign up for a new account by entering your email ID and Password.

Step3: Open the Nanoleaf App on your smart device, the first thing you will be asked to add a ‘Home’. So enter a name for your home.

Step4: Next we need to pair the Nanoleaf with the home WiFi network. Click the ‘Add’ and you will be given a choice of ‘Smarter Home Kit or Aurora’. Choose Aurora.

Step5: The App will search for and locate the Aurora that you just assembled and powered in Step1.

Step6: Click on the ‘Aurora’ and now the App will ask you which WiFi network you want the Aurora to join. Select the home WiFi network you would like Aurora to join, enter the network password. Now the Aurora will join the WiFi network you have chosen.

Step7: Next step is to add the accessory i.e., the Controller. For this the code on the back of Controller can be scanned using camera or entered by typing it manually.

Step8: Now the App will prompt you to name this Aurora by which you will communicate to Siri or Alexa or Google Assistant. Give an easily recognisable name to this Aurora. Let us say., “Dining Aurora” because it is installed in Dining room.

Step9: The App will prompt you to add a ‘Room’ now. You can add the name ‘Dining’. It is simpler to group different smart lights or Aurora added in each room and operate them together as one by mentioning the room name. The pairing is complete and the Aurora is ready for use.

Step10: Now the Aurora can be installed on the wall / roof / any location in the room you have chosen by assembling it in the shape of your choice and powering it up.

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